Posted Jul 2nd, 2015 (4:34 pm) by Matt Felten
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Deadmau5 shows a snarky sense of humor with "Where I'm At," a short parody of Jack Ü's "Where Are You Now."

The "Where Are You Now" rendition features the beautiful sounds of the classic elementary school learners-clarinet, the recorder, set to an intentionally poorly constructed copy of the original track. This quick snippet caused an uproar from many fans of the original Jack Ü track, but was there really any reason for the sour grapes? The release is barely long enough to be constituted as an actual track, and if you are unfamiliar with Deadmau5 it should be noted that he is not a fan of many radio friendly tunes.

Deadmau5 has been known to stir up countless beefs in the past, whether it be from his Twitter account keeping everyone in check or through his music - the artist knows how to stir the pot. Hear the hilarity above, and watch Deadmau5 trolling Martin Garrix on "Animals" at Ultra Music Festival below.

Deadmau5 troll Martin Garrix @Ultra Music... by LesDJsdeCLUBINFUN

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